Question about Lexar 64MB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE USB 2.0 - (JDCL064231) Hard Drive

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my lexar flash drive shows up as secureII when I want to save files but lately maybe due to too many files being saved it won't allow me to open or save any documents. If my flash drive is overloaded how can I delete some files if I can't get to them.

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First, download and try to extract all the files from your drive with this tool:

http://www.lexar.com/drivers/files/ImageRescue_2.0-u(b16).zip

Second, at the moment that you are sure that you have all your files backed up, if windows recognizes the drive, try to right click on it and format

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